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TaylorMade M2 Tour Iron Set


M2 Tour
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4-PW, AW Iron Set
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The TaylorMade M2 Tour iron set features materials and technologies that combine metalwood like launch conditions with class leading shot height for maximum distance. The large, unsupported, thin face and new Speed Pocket allow ball speeds that push the limits of distance performance in an iron. Shaped with a modern profile and minimum offset, each iron features a compact design with powerful performance. The M2 Tour irons also feature a light, but stiff 3D badge design that dampens vibration to help produce and maintain exceptional sound and feel.


  • Compact Tour Design
  • Speed Pocket Technology
  • 360° Undercut
  • 3D Badge Design


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I have read that the M2 irons are not as good for shaping shots than the RSi clubs. How would you compare them?
asked by Scott Stevens S. on 12/7/2016
The M2 iron is designed primarily for straight, long shots and forgiveness so is not as conducive to shaping shots as the RSI irons were. If you are looking for a club designed more for shaping shots and controls, I would suggest looking at the PSI Tour irons.
Rudi Fann, PGA Professional
answered on 12/8/2016
what model year are these?
asked by Rodney R. on 12/30/2016
This is the 2016 model. The 2017 version has not been released yet. Please follow the link below for more information.
Emmett Brantly, PGA Professional
answered on 1/3/2017
Playing a set of Ping i15 looking for a little more distance with my irons.64 years old playing with a 9 handicap
asked by Jack C. on 1/24/2017
The M2 has been highly touted as a distance club and very well could provide you with the distance you are looking for. The important thing is to get the correct shaft flex.
Rudi Fann, PGA Professional
answered on 1/25/2017
If I shoot between 100-90 are these clubs still a decent fit for me or is better to go with the standard M2s?
asked by Alfredo E. on 7/24/2017
I would suggest the standard M2 irons as they are slightly larger, more forgiving, and easier to hit.
Rudi Fann, PGA Professional
answered on 7/28/2017
are these forged or cast -- can they be bent?
asked by Joe V. on 3/19/2017
These are a cast club. I would suggest checking with a local shop in regards to bending as that will vary based on the person doing it as to how far they are willing to bend them.
Rudi Fann, PGA Professional
answered on 3/21/2017
Could you pls send me pics of sku1034809-AFF-3B1-AGG especially the face where we hit the ball! Thx
asked by Roland K. on 7/21/2017
Unfortunately, due to the size of our inventory and multiple shipping locations, we are unable to provide pictures of a specific club or set.
Rudi Fann, PGA Professional
answered on 8/14/2017

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Technology / Specs

The TaylorMade M2 Tour Irons are preprogrammed to kick the ball into the air. A 360° undercut cavity and fluted hosel save weight, which reposition the center of gravity low and deep in the club head. Since the cavity increases the unsupported area and saves weight from the top of the head, the end result is a boost to launch, fast ball speeds, and additional forgiveness.

Mass is typically trapped in the hosel of most irons. The M2 irons utiliize a thick-thin fluted hosel which saves 3 grams of discretionary weight. Removing the weight redistributes it lower and deeper in the club head for improved feel.

The M2 irons use a Speed Pocket which is a urethane-filled slot in the sole of the 3-7 irons. Known as its "Blind Version," the Speed Pocket allows the entire face to flex more effectively at impact. This flexibility increases launch angle and ball speed while providing added forgiveness for shots struck low on the face.

A Thin-Face with Inverted Cone Technology design improve distance consistency by thickening the center of the club face. This means you can hit the ball poorly and still play well enough to bash the ball straight ahead.

V-shaped struts stiffen the hitting area without inhibiting ball speed. The support beams improve the sound quality and dampen unwanted vibrations for superior feel.

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